Grateful Dead Live at Swing Auditorium on 1977-02-26
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Terrapin Station, Minglewood Blues, They Love Each Other, Estimated Prophet, Sugaree, Mama Tried, Deal, Playing In The Band > The Wheel > Playing In The Band
Samson & Delilah, Tennessee Jed, The Music Never Stopped, Help On The Way-> Slipknot!-> Franklin's Tower, Promised Land, Eyes Of The World-> Dancin' In The Streets-> Around & Around, E: U.S. Blues
First Terrapin Station, Estimated Prophet
Related Music (Beta) question-dark
Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
|They Love Each Other|
|Playing In The Band ->|
|The Wheel ->|
|Playing In The Band|
|Samson & Delilah|
|The Music Never Stopped|
|Help On The Way ->|
|Eyes Of The World ->|
|Phil Zone ->|
|Dancing In The Streets ->|
|Around & Around|
*First time played
1) A faint, warbly sound begins during Eyes onward, apparently from the sound system since the AUD has a similar effect.
2) Several brief cuts were in both SBD and AUD, but did not overlap, making the show now complete.
Thank you to Jace, Tim Diebert and Trailmix for the SBD transfer,
to Joe B. Jones for help with pitch correction,
and to Rob Bertrando for recording the show and generously providing the AUD, as well as feedback.
Matrix by Hunter Seamons using Final Cut Pro (FLAC > AIFF > Final Cut w/EQ > AIFF CD tracking via Audacity > FLAC16 via xACT)
October 1, 2010
- 2010-10-02 13:15:18
- Sony ECM-22P's > 153SD cassette (Maxell UDXLII Dolby) > Technics 1506 reel 3.75 ips Dolby > Tascam CDR > dbPoweramp > wav > FLAC. Recording by Rob Bertrando Transferred September 20, 2010
- San Bernardino, CA
- Run time
- Matrix by Hunter Seamons using Final Cut Pro (FLAC > AIFF > Final Cut w/EQ > AIFF CD tracking via Audacity > FLAC16 via xACT)
- Taped by
- Rob Bertrando
- Transferred by
- Hunter Seamons
- Swing Auditorium
Subject: the music plays the band
You won't find a more aggressive "Around & Around" anywhere. One of those rockers where you think Bobby's going to blow the roof off the joint, and ruin his vocal chords for good.
Subject: 2/26/77 Swing
Subject: My First G.D. Show
Subject: Quite a debut
Subject: audience talking
Subject: Let my inspiration flow...
Subject: New copy
If you want the crowd but less of it between songs and more board during the songs, you may like my copy. Also, if you prefer the jams and medleys not to be pieced up with track changes, you may prefer my copy. Finally, if you can only download ZIP files, you will like mine as long as it doesn't get pulled. Otherwise, I recommend this Hunter Seamons copy over all others.
Subject: sweetest of the sweet cream of the cream 5star!
like a kid in the candy shop, sugar on snow !!!!
help>slip>frank>Music on and on...................
4 me this is the "breakpoint" 4 the DEAD , this being the 1ST terripin, estimated and 1 other,
sorta pre 2/26/77 and post 2/26/77
a good place to "cut the deck" if one could do so.
1 of the finest matrixes ever
enjoy my bookmarks
ms42466@gmail if u want to send me your top reviews i LOVE great prformances& recordings !\
Set 1 - It's really impossible to separate the voodoo of the first performance of Terrapin from the actual playing of the tune, so let's just say it's great, shall we? :) The Playin' medley at the end is swirling, wowing psychedelic fun - a perfect closer to the set. The 2nd set is so famous that this Playin' is often overlooked.
In the middle we have: "Bob! Bob! Bob Weir! Mexicali Blues! BoB! BOB! Bob! Weir! Bob Weir! Mexicali Blues! Mexicali Blues! BOB! Bob Weir!" Seriously, someone needs to muzzle that stoned doofus. I love your matrices, HS, but that guy really curls my spine. If you want, skip the last minute or two of the tuning on a lot of the tracks in this first set - the digital equivalent of "moving away from that dude."
Set 2 is impossible for me after all these years to look at objectively, but I think it's safe to say it's a masterpiece, the first taste of the magic of '77 and that transition from the Stomp to Dancin' *still* gives me the chills - man oh man, this is good music! This Slipknot jam has got to be one of the most-listened to tracks in all my years with the Dead.
Subject: Superb Mix!
Anyone interested in DLing this show (or any other), please feel free to contact me (email@example.com) for details.
Subject: whoops, he missed the last two lines of verse 4
Subject: DJ's of dead shows
they are DJ's of dead shows and they certainly know how to do a kick-ass remix in their respective specialties.
Subject: Hunter Seamons is a craftsman
Not to be trite, but it really, truly is "just like being there" - soundwise.
Subject: This show just Blows me away
I really don't think is gets much better.
Subject: Best sounding recording of the lot
So priceless to hear the audiences initial reaction to the first Terrapin. Cocky at first, thinking a familiar opener will stir their fancy, then sublime confusion, them practically silent until the transition into inspiration which gets a deserving roar of applause.
This show was always a five star show, but what we have here is a five star matrix that brings back all of what being at this show could possibly display on recording.
5 for performance
5 for historical significance
5 for transfer
5 for good ole' Grateful Dead
Thank you for putting this one together, Hunter. I've really fallen out of 77 in the last couple of years, but this and 3/19 are 2 that I can never tire of. Sure there are some May and October shows I dig, but 2/26 is the primary building block for any self-respecting collector of 1977 Grateful Dead to begin with.
I really like the overall sound, I was almost expecting it to be a little more aud-heavy than it is. I'd like to hear the aud by itself, I hope we find that one available soon. As it is, I think there is a really nice balance between the two here. I usually prefer a sbd heavy matrix, so this one is right up my alley.
Subject: No way Hunter :-)
Subject: Favor for Cliff